Historic Preservation Commission

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About the Historic Preservation Commission 

The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is a citizen commission appointed by the City Council to preserve, protect and promote the City of Round Rock’s historic resources through preservation, public education, community partnerships, and heritage tourism.

The Historic Preservation Commission’s responsibilities include:

  • Evaluating Certificate of Appropriateness applications for historically zoned properties
  • Evaluating and recommending properties and districts for historic designation
  • Recommending Council action concerning applications for the historic properties tax exemption program
  • Administering the requirements of the National Park Service’s Certified Local Government Program

For more information please refer to Code of Ordinances Part III Section 10-66: Historic Preservation Commission, or contact Joelle Jordan at 512-218-5422.

Meetings 

Please refer to the Historic Preservation Commission Schedule (link at top of page) or Round Rock Replay for dates, agendas and meeting video. For more information, please contact Joelle Jordan at 512-218-5422.

Contact Commissioners

Contact HPC commissioners through Joelle Jordan at 512-218-5422. Please send correspondence in care of the Historic Preservation Program, 301 W. Bagdad Avenue, Suite 210, Round Rock, TX  78664.

Membership & Qualifications  

HPC members are appointed by the City Council. The seven members of the Historic Preservation Commission serve staggered two-year terms. Members should have some expertise in architecture, history, archaeology, planning or community design. Members must be registered voters and have been residents of Round Rock for at least twelve months.

Commissioners  

For current membership please refer to Round Rock Replay – Historic Preservation Commission Members